Last night, I watched "Babette's Feast", which I had recorded from Sundance Channel. The movie is Danish, with English subtitles. It tells the story of a minister's two daughters, as well as other deeply religious parishioners. I'm not a movie reviewer, so it's difficult to describe the beauty of this film. The dinner scene for the feast that Babette prepares is an interesting study of the pious churchgoers accustomed to denying themselves any pleasure confronted with the gourmet delicacies prepared by Babette. In some ways, this movie is as sensuous as the more recent "Chocolat", and has some of the same themes. If you enjoy quiet movies with good dialogue and good music instead of special effects extravaganzas, give Babette's Feast a try. As indicated above, I recorded the movie from Sundance Channel, so I don't know whether or not it's available on DVD. But it's certainly worth looking for. Enjoy your feast! Steve K.